MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner has identified the three latest Milwaukee residents who died Thursday from coronavirus complications.
The three residents were identified as Carolyn Johnson, 65; Tommie Lee Loving, 69; and Callie Roundtree, 79.
The medical examiner said all three had serious underlying health conditions.
Authorities said Johnson was admitted to Froedtert Hospital's intensive care unit on Saturday after developing a cough and fever from coronavirus. Johnson’s sister told TMJ4 News that she will be remembered as a loving and caring person who would do anything to help her friends and family.
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The medical examiner said Loving was taken to the Milwaukee VA Medical Center Wednesday after suffering from a fever, cough and weakness. He passed away Thursday night.
The medical examiner said the Milwaukee Fire Department responded to a 911 call on March 16 and transported Roundtree to Froedtert after she was found in an altered mental state.
There have been a total of 8 deaths in Milwaukee County, 14 in the state.